Diadema en exibición de Museo. Fue utilizada en la antiguedad egipcia por las Reinas y faraonas, fue construida como de costumbre en la vestimenta de las reinas de oro y otros metales hermosos. Muestra a la cobra que era un animal muy venerado en esa cultura.
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Diadem of Tutankhamun. Studded with semiprecious stones, this crown was found on the head of King Tutankhamun's mummified body. | Egyptian style△ Via Afrikraaft http://www.pinterest.com/afrikraaft/egyptian-style-fashion-egypt/ △ #Fashion △ #Gypsy △ #egyptian △ #Bracelets △ #Accessories △ #ancient △ #antic #gold △ #golden △ #turquoise ✿⊱╮
Ancient Egypt: KING TUT: Studded with semiprecious stones, this crown was found on the head of King Tutankhamun's mummified body and was probably worn by the pharaoh in life.
Ammun's crown // Diadem of Tutankhamun. Studded with semiprecious stones, this crown was found on the head of King Tutankhamun's mummified body.
Diadem of Tutankhamun Studded with semiprecious stones, this crown was found on the head of King Tutankhamun's mummified body and was probably worn by the pharaoh in life. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/11/photogalleries/king_tut/photo8.html
Diadem of Tutankhamun. Studded with semiprecious stones, this crown was found on the head of King Tutankhamun's mummified body. — Photograph courtesy Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig / Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Recreación física de la Reina Nefertiti basada en la escultura en un hayazgo arqueológico. La recreación nos muestra el estilo de vestimenta de una reina real en los tiempos del antiguo Egipto. Se aprecia en detalles la cantidad de accesorios y detalles que tanto las caracterizaba.
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Physical Recreation Queen Nefertiti sculpture based on archaeological hayazgo. The recreation shows the style of dress real queen of ancient Egypt times.
Physical Recreation Queen Nefertiti sculpture based on archaeological hayazgo. The recreation shows the style of dress real queen of ancient Egypt times. Details are shown in the number of accessories and details that characterized both.
The woman behind the iconic bust - Nefertiti reconstructed in digital 3D by Sven Geruschkat, who says, ' Nefertiti lived was the wife of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV). Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
The woman behind the iconic bust - Nefertiti reconstructed in digital 3D by Sven Geruschkat, who says, 'Nefertiti was the wife of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV). She was co-regent, bore 6 daughters and died at 35. Her name roughly translates to "the beautiful (or perfect) one has arrived". This model was done with 3dsmax, Mudbox, Mental Ray and Photoshop. I certainly lost my vision during the creation. So, you have to judge..."
The woman behind the iconic bust - Nefertiti reconstructed in digital 3D by Sven Geruschkat.
SVEN GERUSCHKAT is a digital artist living in Düsseldorf, Germany (born 1975). He says a Digital Artist is "a designer, a sculptor, a painter, an architect, an illustrator, a storyteller, a developer." He brings new characters to life. He uses pencil & paper, but since art has gone digital, he also uses common computer programs to model, texture & render 3D characters for computer games, visual f/x or illustrations. Much of his inspiration comes from the Hollywood-movies he saw as a child.
A 3D image of Nefertiti done by Sven Geruschkat. Incredible! #egyptomania
Nefertiti -- 3D Models and CG Character Designs
Queen Nefertiti, the Egyptian crowned.
Escultura tallada que nos ilustra la típica reina de Egipto. Nos muestra el tipo de vestidos que se utilizaban y los accesorios en detalles. Nos da una vista frontar y por la parte trasera para que tengamos una idea concreta de como lucían las reinas de Egipto en esos tiempos.
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Reliefs, frescos, sculptures of ancient Egypt help us to judge about aesthetic ideal of human beauty
“The first accomplishment of the African woman, in partnership with the man, was the creation of a functioning family unit. This major step in human development laid the foundations of the organization of all subsequent societies and institutions. In Africa the woman’s `place’ was not only with her family. She often ruled nations with unquestioned authority.” - Dr. John Henrik Clarke
"...We can clearly see the features of ideal image of ancient Egyptians such as high stature, broad shoulders, narrow waist and hips, and massive features. Common resemblance with the modern idea of beauty is noticed in the women's appearance: slim figure, regular and delicate features, and almond-shaped eyes."
An Egyptian Queen in a pleated gown and huge wig, from Karl Kohler's Kostumekunde (scan by C.L.M.)
ancient egyptians | Kalisiris - Gown like wrap often from under the bust some-times ...
Egyptian Old Kingdom (short and thick wig) statue. Shear, pleated linen gown.
The sheer pleated gown worn by the Egyptian women
Ancient Egyptian woman. Chevron pleat dress
The sculptures were so detailed.
Ejemplo de una verdadero traje de la antiguedad Egipcia, estilo de trajes utilizados por las reinas de Egipto que nos ilustra la moda de la antiguedad.
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Seductress / egyptian dress - Google Images ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring dresses, egypt, gowns, costume, egyptian, egyptian inspired dress, egyptian dress and brown dress
Example of a real ancient Egyptian costume, style costumes worn by the queens of Egypt... damned if this doesnt look just like something daenerys would wear
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Example of a real ancient Egyptian costume, style costumes worn by the queens of Egypt illustrates the old fashion.
Example of a real ancient Egyptian costume, style costumes worn by the queens of Egypt.
Remake of an authentic Egyptian dress, Love it! This would be a cool costume.
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Egyptian gown made for an Egyptian princess
Ancient Egyptian dress for woman
Ancient | Egyptian painting and sculpture
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Ancient Egyptian Goddess Isis - "but they were also thought to be able to control the weather by braiding or combing their hair (a superstition which was common in many later seafaring cultures)."
The Cult of Isis. http://historyoftheancientworld.com/2014/04/the-cult-of-isis-at-ancient-messene/ #isis #AncientEgypt
Egyptian Goddess Isis. She was worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic.
Isis depicted with outstretched wings (wall painting, c. 1360 BCE).. In ancient Egypt the Goddess Isis was the embodiment of the Star Sirius....
Isis is a goddess in Ancient Egyptian religious beliefs, whose worship spread throughout the Greco-Roman world. She was worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic. She was the friend of slaves, sinners, artisans, and the downtrodden, and she listened to the prayers of the wealthy, maidens, aristocrats, and rulers. Isis is often depicted as the mother of Horus, the hawk-headed god of war and protection.
Isis. Egyptian Goddess, Isis was worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic. She was the friend of slaves, sinners, artisans and the downtrodden, but she also listened to the prayers of the wealthy, maidens, aristocrats and rulers. Isis is also known as protector of the dead and goddess of children. The name Isis means "Throne". Her headdress is a throne. As the personification of the throne, she was an important representation of the pharaoh's power.
Behind the Name: Meaning, origin and history of the name Isis
The Goddess Isis, wall painting, c. 1360 BCE.
Imagen de la Reina Nesfertiti de Egipto, una de las reinas más conocidas e importante de la historia egipcia.
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Queen Nefertiti. It is more than 3300 years old and is still adored: Nefertiti, chief wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaton. Born in 1370 BC in what is now Syria as Taduschepa princess, she was later named Nefertiti, meaning "The beautiful one has come."
Nefertiti ~ This Egyptian beauty's long neck and delicate features were her trademarks looks. Nefertiti (ca. 1370 BC – ca. 1330 BC) was the Great Royal Wife (chief consort) of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten. Nefertiti and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped one god only, Aten, or the sun disc. Husband: Pharaoh Akhenaten
Nefertiti, the ancient Egyptian queen depicted in sculpture whose name means 'the beautiful one has come.'
Nefertiti, whose name means "the beautiful one has come," was the queen of Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten during the 14th century BCE
Nefertiti, whose name means "a beautiful woman has come," was the queen of Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten during the 14th century B.C. She and her husband established the cult of Aten, the sun god, and promoted Egyptian artwork that was radically different from its predecessors.
On Biography.com, get the story of Nefertiti, the ancient Egyptian queen depicted in sculpture whose name means 'the beautiful one has come.'
History mystery: Secrets Of The Valley Of Queens
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Jeroglifico en el cual se observa los tipos y moda en la vestimentas de las reinas en el antiguo Egipto. Nos ilustra en detallos los accesorios y otras prendas que distinguian a la alta jerarquía.
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Fashion innovations from history - Egyptian Sheath Dress: Isis and Nefertari, from the Tomb of Nefertari, New Kingdom (mural) / Valley of the Queens, Thebes, Egypt / Giraudon
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Image of the tomb of Nefertari in which Isis carries a menat necklace superimposed on a necklace. The characteristic counterweight falls back to the goddess. Dynasty XIX.
Isis leading Nefertari, Ramesses 1st great royle wife. to the after life. Left: Kalasiris, wig, falcon headdress Right: Sheath, wig, headdress with Uraeus, Wesekh collar.
Ancient Egypt - wall mural from the Tomb of Queen Nefertari, the chief wife of Rameses the Great (Rameses II) - the Goddess Isis leads her by the hand - Valley of the Queens, left bank of the Nile, west of Luxor
Isis and Nefertari, from the Tomb of Nefertari, New Kingdom (mural), Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1297-1185 BC) / Valley of the Queens, Thebes, Egypt
Ancient Egyptian Clothes for Women; The sheath dress was still worn, but often only as an undergarment. On top is to be found a heavily pleated, fringed robe. This seems to have been made of a single piece of cloth draped over the body, without any stitching. The material was folded round the waist and the two top corners pulled over the shoulders. A knot was tied under the breasts to hold the garment in place.
Nefertari crosses to the next world with Isis. (What Would Nefertari Do?)
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Modelo de Peluca egipcia de la antiguedad. Este es otro raro accesorio que tanto distinguia a la civilización egipcia. Las reinas acostumbraban a utilizar hermosas pelucas para resaltar sus encantos y como simbolo de autoridad.
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Model Faience wig for a statue Said to be from Thebes, Egypt 18th-19th Dynasties, about 1350-1250 BC
Model faience wig for a statue Said to be from Thebes, Egypt 18th-19th Dynasties, about 1350-1250 BCBritish Museum - Highlight image
Ancient Egyptian Wigs | Larger Image Use digital image Print record
Blue glazed composition wig from royal statue EA 2280
Model faience wig Ancient Egypt Thebes
Model faience wig for a statue
Tumba de Menna tt69 , Luxor , Egipto
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Tomb of Menna, TT69, Luxor, Egypt. Menna was an artisan, probably during the reign of Thutmose IV during Dynasty 18. He was buried in a well-decorated tomb
’Girl with lotus flowers in Menna's tomb at Luxor.’ A young girl carrying lotus flowers and the ducks that her father Menna has caught while hunting in a papyrus swamp. Menna was an 18th dynasty inspector of estates and overseer of harvests and his tomb (TT 69) can be found in the Sheikh Abd el Qurnah Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor, one of the "Tombs of the Nobles". End of the reign of Thutmosis IV - beginning of the reign of Amenhotep III. (14th c. BCE) Photo Mick Palarczyk and Paul Sm...
The hunter's daughter carring lotus flowers and game birds ... detail of the Hunting and fishing scene from the Tomb of Menna(TT69), Scribe of the king - end of the reign of Thutmoses IV - beginning of the reign of Amenhetep III. (New Reign) ca 1400 bc, and located in the necropolis on the slopes of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes) Blue Lotus or Nymphaea c aerulea which is actually know today to be a blue water lily, Many people isunderstand that Blue Lotus is Nelum
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Tomb of Menna, Luxor, Egypt - ☮k☮ ♥ #bluedivagal, bluedivadesigns.wordpress.com
Wall Tomb Painting -- Luxor, Egypt -- No further reference provided.
figure from the Tomb of Menna (The Heretic Pharaoh)
Tomb of Menna, Luxor, Egypt
The hunter's daughter carring lotus flowers and game birds ... detail of the Hunting and fishing scene from the Tomb of Menna(TT69), Scribe of the king - end of the reign of Thutmoses IV - beginning of the reign of Amenhetep III. (New Reign) ca 1400 bc, and located in the necropolis on the slopes of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes) Blue Lotus or Nymphaea c aerulea which is actually know today to be a blue water lily, Many people isunderstand that Blue Lotus is Nelumbo nucifera, actually Nelumbo nucifera never found in blue color Blue Lotus flower along with papyrus, A Lotus flower is a symbol of the sun, of creation and rebirth. Because at night the flower closes and sinks under water, at dawn it rises and opens again. Blue Lotus (Nymphae c aerulea) flower has for thousand of years symbolized spiritual enlightenment. Indeed, this flower essence's purpose is to accelerate spiritual volvement and enchance healing on every level within the system. Blue Lotus (Nymphaea c aerulea) was native to the Nile and used to be abundant. Blue Lotus (Nymphaea c aerulea) provides a relaxing, euphoric sensation, help relieve muscle spasms. It may act as an aphrodisiac. Egyptian Blue Lotus is a sedative. It was used in ancient Egypt as a key to good health, sex and rebirth. The perfume of this flower was not only pleasing to the Egyptians, but they saw it as healing as well, some people today believe that th Egyptian used this flower as a narcotic both for its healing qualities and as a recreation drug when soaked in wine, though this is a hotly debated topic. The Blue Lotus was sacred to the ancient Egyptians, ornamental and sweet smelling. Egyptian Blue Lotus (Botanic al Name : Nymphaea caerulea, Nymphaea nouchali var, Nymphaea stellata) Family : Nymphaeaceae Common name : Blue Lotus, Sacred Blue Lotus, Blue, Lily of the Nile, Blue Water Lily, Egytian Lotus, Egytian Lily, Blue Lotus of the Nile Day Blooming, non viviparous, Free flowering. Native to North and Central Africa Petals colour light blue Photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/soloegipto/6948624500/- http://share.pixable.com/share/5KN79/?tracksrc=SHPNAND2
Vemos de forma muy directa como la civilización egipcia sigue influyendo en nuestro mundo actual, tanto así que se fabrican muñecas para niñas que ilustra el caracteristico estílo de las reinas egipcias. Notamos los distintos accesorios utilizados y tambien la vestimenta que tanto las caracterizaba.
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Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® Doll Barbie Dolls of the World - View Collectible Dolls From The Dolls Of The World Collection | Barbie Collector
Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® doll exudes royal glamour in a rippled golden dress with an overlay of sheer white fabric that wraps around her shoulders. A magnificent golden necklace ordained in colors of turquoise, red, and blue displays a matching centerpiece "medallion". Additional jewelry includes golden bracelets, and a stunning golden crown featuring a serpent ornament. Exotic face paint and tiny shoulder-length braids complete this princess' regal ensemble.
Dolls of the World® The Princess Collection, Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® Doll 2001
Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® Dolls of the World | 2001 | The Princess Collection
Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® Doll | Barbie Collector | Release Date: 12/1/2001
Princess of the Nile BarbieDoll | Barbie Collector
Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® Doll 2001
Estos son accesorios originales en exibición en el museo de Egipto, son accesorio un tanto distintos a los antes mostrado pero no menos facinantes. Estos incluyen brazaletes, collares, pantallas entre otros y hoy en día tienen un valor casi in-calculable monetariamente hablando.
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Tumba del escriba Menna : Sheikh Abd el-Qurna TT69 , Luxor Tumba de un noble escriba. Tutmosis IV
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Ancient Egyptian painting from the Tomb of Menna, located in the Sheikh Abd el-Qurna district of the Maadi, opposite Luxor in Egypt. Menna was “Scribe of the Fields of the Lord of the Two Lands” probably during the reign of Thutmose IV during the 18th dynasty.
Tumba del escriba Menna : Sheikh Abd el-Qurna TT69 , Luxor Tumba de un noble escriba. Tutmosis IV ? | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
♔ Luxor Tumba de un noble escriba ~ Tutmosis IV
TT69 Luxor Egypt
Sandalias de oro utilizados por los faraones y Reinas de los de los tiempos antiguos de Egipto, una de las civilizaciones mas importantes de la historia de la humanidad. Las sandalias son piezas de exibición en el museo del Cairo en Egipto y datan de la época antigua.
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Sandalias de oro utilizados por los faraones y Reinas de los de los tiempos antiguos de Egipto, una de las civilizaciones mas importantes de la historia de la humanidad. Las sandalias son piezas de exibición en el museo del Cairo en Egipto y datan de la época antigua.
Sandalias funerarias hechas en oro; garantizaban que el rey iría calzado como los dioses en la otra vida.
Sandalias de oro de Psusennes I (-1036 - 939) Diseño inspirado en modelos predinásticos. Largo 23,5 cm. Museo Egipcio del Cairo. Tomado de: Stierlin, Henri: The Gold of the Pharaohs, Terrail
40.Calzado. Las sandalias son el calzado mas antiguo que se conoce.Se consideraban la forma mas idónea de protegerse el pie de la arena caliente del desierto, al tiempo que los mantenían frescos y ventilados.La sandalia básica tenía forma de chancla y consistían en dos tiras y la suela, la tira pasaba entre los dos primeros dedos y se unía a la otra que recorría el empeine.Hombre y mujeres llevaban sandalias hechas de madera, papiro, piel de cabra y fibra de palma.
''Fundamentalmente el fin del uso del calzado era bifronte: Por una parte su utilización práctica para protección o embellecimiento del pie y, por otra, su uso votivo y funerario. Así tenemos medidas y materiales en su construcción que imposibilitan su uso práctico y sugieren el religioso y funerario. Así, también, se han encontrado modelos realizados en oro, marfil, madera,ect. Entre este tipo de calzado funerario disponemos de las sandalias de los faraones Psusenes I (1036/989 a.C.)''
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Figura 5. Sandalias de Psusennes I
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Marie Antoinette vintage fashion plate (I'll probably do a whole Board just devoted to her someday)
Costume Français 18 century fashion illustration #vintage #cover #poster #art #girl #woman
Fashion Plates and Ephemera! — (via Robe à la circassienne, 1770s – 18th century...
A fashion plate from the late 1700s depicting Marie Antoinette.
Marie Antoinette from the fashion plate during the 1778-87 era
Costume 1700 - 18th Century on Pinterest | 48 Pins
Fashion Plate in the Style of Marie Antoinette
18th Century Fashion Plate.
Sadigh Gallerys Ancient Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar Incised onto the front,three rows of hieroglyphs.On the stopper,Thoth (baboon),the God of Wisdom.Canopic jars were used by the ancient egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife. 18th dynasty,1570-1085 BC
Tallado de piedra caliza tarro canopic marrón con base y tapón. Tres filas de jeroglíficos en la parte delantera. En el tapón , Thoth (babuino), el Dios de la sabiduría. Canopes fueron utilizados por los antiguos egipcios durante el proceso de momificación para almacenar y conservar los órganos de su propietario para el la visda futura. Dinastía XVIII. Años 1570-1085 aC.
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Carved limestone canopic jar with stopper. Incised onto the front, three rows of hieroglyphs. On the stopper, #Thoth (baboon), the God of wisdom. Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife.18th Dynasty. 1570-1085 BC (13" x 7"). #canopicjar, #ancientegyptian, #artifact, #baboon
Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar incised onto the front with three rows of hieroglyphs. On the stopper,Thoth (baboon),the God of Wisdom. Used during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife. 18th dynasty,1570-1085 BCE
Carved brown limestone canopic jar with base and stopper. Three rows of hieroglyphs to the front. On the stopper, Thoth (baboon), the God of wisdom. 18th Dynasty. 1570-1085 BCE.
Canopic jars were used by the ancient egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife. 18th dynasty,1570-1085 BC
Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar | by Sadigh Gallery
Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar
Nyankhnefertem Mastaba . Saqqara Egipto , Egypt
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Mastaba Nyankhnefertem. Saqqara, Egypt. funerary priest of teti of the 6th dynasty old kingdom found at saqqara1997
Tomb of Nyankhnefertem, discovered in 2003. Saqqara, Egypt. Ny-ankh-Nefertem was trusted secretary and priest of pharaoh Pepi I from 6th Dynasty. Tomb is located to the west of Zoser’s pyramid, just beside the tomb of the vizier Merefnebef. The tomb’s beautiful, unfinished decoration constitutes an important contribution to our knowledge of the turbulent times following the reigns of pharaohs Teti and Userkare.
Mastaba de Nyankhnefertum , Nyankhnefertem Mastaba . Saqqara Egipto , Egypt. | por Soloegipto
Puerta falsa de la mastaba de Nyankhnefertem. Saqqara, Egypt.
Mastaba de Nyankhnefertem. Saqqara
Fragment. Egypt, 4th - 5th century.
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Fragment Date: 4th–5th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool; tapestry weave Dimensions: Textile: H. 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm) W. 6 3/4 in. (17.1 cm) Classification: Textiles-Costumes Credit Line: Gift of George F. Baker, 1890 Accession Number: 90.5.357
Fragment: Date: 4th–5th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool; tapestry weave Dimensions: Textile: H. 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm) W. 6 3/4 in. (17.1 cm)
Coptic tapestry fragment, wool on linen warp. Egypt, 4th - 5th century. - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fragment Date: 4th–5th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool; tapestry weave
Egypt, 4th - 5th century. A green vine scroll between rows of red hearts. Linen, wool; tapestry.
Fragment. Egypt, 4th - 5th century. Linen and wool in tapestry weave. From the Met: 90.5.357
Fragment. Egypt, 4th - 5th century. Linen and wool in tapestry weave.
Red hearts and green vines on a 4thC Coptic wool tapestry from Egypt.
Textile Fragment. Egypt, 4th - 5th century, wool and linen
Fancy ball costume 1887
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THE HORNET Ӂ Halloween Costumes circa 1887: Vintage Illustrations Witches, hornets, magpies and the living incarnation of a casino Ӂ Sharing these vintage costume illustrations from 1887 was somewhat irresistible.
1887 Fashion Costume Masquerade Book Fancy Dresses Described Or What To Wear At Fancy Balls 12 Color Plates Chromolithograph Illustrated Ardeen Holt Dress
"the hornet (costume design) ‘…hornet. short black or brown dress of velvet or satin; boots to match; tunic pointed back and front, with gold stripes; satin bodice of black or brown with gold gauze wings; cap of velvet with eyes and antennae of insect…’ ~from the book Fancy dresses described : or, What to wear at fancy balls by ardern holt 1887"
Love this for Halloween! I want the book this came out of "FANCY DRESSES DESCRIBED; Or, WHAT TO WEAR AT FANCY BALLS" pub.1897
Bee Costume from "Fancy Dresses Described: What to Wear at Fancy Balls" by Arden Holt, 1887. Originally taken from photos of Mrs. William Seward Webb (neé Lila O. Vanderbilt) for the elaborate ball hosted by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.Vanderbilt. Find her photo below
Hornet costume from “Fancy Dresses Described; or, What to Wear at Fancy Balls,” by Ardern Holt, 1887.
Bee costume from 1897 tome FANCY DRESSES DESCRIBED; Or, WHAT TO WEAR AT FANCY BALLS.
"FANCY DRESSES DESCRIBED; Or, WHAT TO WEAR AT FANCY BALLS" pub.1897
Queen Bee ~ Fancy ball costume 1887
Lucina Brembati -1518- Esta señora lleva un anillo con el escudo de armas de la familia Brembati de Bérgamo. Su identidad es proporcionada por la solución de los rebus de la luna creciente inscrita con las letras ci-un juego de la palabra italiana luna: Lucina Brembati. Ella lleva perlas y otras joyas suntuosas, como un palillo de dientes de oro, y una marta-estola de piel, un objeto de lujo que también ayudó a atraer a las pulgas.
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Lorenzo Lotto 'Portrait of Lucina Brembati' [Ritratto di Lucina Brembati] c.1518-1523, Accademia Carrara, Bergamo
Lorenzo Lotto - "Portrait of Lucina Brembati" - Date: 1518–23; Medium: Oil on wood; Dimensions: 20 11/16 x 17 5/8 in. (52.6 x 44.8 cm); Classification: Paintings; Credit Line: Accademia Carrara, Bergamo. Acquired from the Countess Degnamerita Grumelli Albani of Bergamo, 1882. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
Il Ritratto di Lucina Brembati è un dipinto a olio su tavola (52,6x44,8 cm) di Lorenzo Lotto, databile al 1518 circa e conservato nell'Accademia Carrara a Bergamo.
Portrait of Lucina Brembati - Lorenzo Lotto. 1523. Oil on canvas. 52.6 x 44.8. Accademia Carrara, Bergamo, Italy.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Lorenzo Lotto (Italian, ca. 1480–1556) | Portrait of Lucina Brembati | 1518–23 | Accademia Carrara, Bergamo. Acquired from the Countess Degnamerita Grumelli Albani of Bergamo, 1882
Lorenzo Lotto (c.1480-1556/57) — Portrait of Lucina Brembati, c.1518 : The Accademia Carrara, Bergamo, Italy (841×1024)
Portrait of Lucina Brembati | Lorenzo Lotto | c. 1518 | oil on canvas | 20 1/8 x 16 1/2 in | Accademia Carrara di Belle Arti, Bergamo, Italy
Ritratto di Lucina Brembati, Lorenzo Lotto, 1521/23, abbigliamento sfarzoso, #stola di #pelliccia, #ciondolo dorato a forma di #uncino probabilmente arnese per la pulizia dei denti, Accademia Carrara
VÉNÉTIE - Lorenzo Lotto (Venise, 1480 – Lorette, 1556), Ritratto di Lucina Brembati, 1518 circa Olio su tavola Accademia Carrara-GAMeC, Bergamo
5th–6th century Egypt Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave